Nesbitt Research has served congressional, mayoral, and non-profit clients in New Mexico with extensive public records research. Between 2012 and 2013, we examined more than 20 years of city budgets and public records to draw out strategic fiscal vulnerabilities across three mayoral administrations. These included budgets from the recession and several difficult economic periods for the city in the 1990s. We have examined New Mexico political disclosure and legislative records to describe a client’s solid record of fair and equitable tax policy contrasted with our opponent’s pro-tax record. We have conducted detailed examinations of New Mexico news sources to uncover a client’s extraordinary record protecting the natural environment and improving transparency in public service. Our experience in New Mexico has given us powerful research capabilities and a deep library of public records upon which to draw.